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China 'should undertake further reforms to boost growth'

1 October 2013 Last updated at 03:24 BST

There have been signs that China's economy, the world's second-largest, may be rebounding from its recent slump.

Its manufacturing sector has been picking up pace, while exports, retail sales and fixed asset investment all rose in August.

However, Jing Ulrich, a managing director at JP Morgan Chase, told the BBC that the economy still faces many challenges.

She said that China should undertake further reforms in key sectors to help sustain long term growth.

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